Fixtures

Japan - NPB 05/29 04:00 - Yakult Swallows vs Rakuten Eagles - View
Japan - NPB 05/31 09:00 - Yakult Swallows vs Lotte Marines - View
Japan - NPB 06/01 09:00 - Yakult Swallows vs Lotte Marines - View
Japan - NPB 06/02 09:00 - Yakult Swallows vs Lotte Marines - View
Japan - NPB 06/03 09:00 - Yakult Swallows vs Seibu Lions - View
Japan - NPB 06/04 05:00 - Yakult Swallows vs Seibu Lions - View

Results

Japan - NPB 05/28 05:00 - [1] Yakult Swallows v Rakuten Eagles [3] W 11-4
Japan - NPB 05/27 09:00 - [5] Yakult Swallows v Rakuten Eagles [2] W 8-1
Japan - NPB 05/26 09:00 - [10] Nippon Ham Fighters v Yakult Swallows [3] L 9-6
Japan - NPB 05/25 09:00 - [10] Nippon Ham Fighters v Yakult Swallows [4] W 6-7
Japan - NPB 05/24 09:00 - [2] Nippon Ham Fighters v Yakult Swallows [2] W 1-3
Japan - NPB 05/22 05:00 - Yakult Swallows v Yokohama Bay Stars W 5-3
Japan - NPB 05/21 05:00 - Yakult Swallows v Yokohama Bay Stars W 9-2
Japan - NPB 05/20 09:00 - Yakult Swallows v Yokohama Bay Stars L 1-3
Japan - NPB 05/19 09:00 - Hanshin Tigers v Yakult Swallows W 0-3
Japan - NPB 05/18 09:00 - Hanshin Tigers v Yakult Swallows L 8-1
Japan - NPB 05/17 09:00 - Hanshin Tigers v Yakult Swallows W 1-2
Japan - NPB 05/15 04:30 - Yakult Swallows v Hiroshima Carp D 5-5

Wikipedia - Tokyo Yakult Swallows

The Tokyo Yakult Swallows (東京ヤクルトスワローズ) are a professional baseball team in Nippon Professional Baseball's Central League. They are based in Shinjuku, Tokyo. They have won 8 Central League championships and 6 Japan Series championships. Since 1964, they play their games at Meiji Jingu Stadium.

The Swallows are named after their corporate owners, the Yakult Corporation. From 1950 to 1965, the team was owned by the former Japanese National Railways (known as Kokutetsu (国鉄) in Japanese) and called the Kokutetsu Swallows; the team was then owned by the newspaper Sankei Shimbun from 1965 to 1968 and called the Sankei Atoms. Yakult purchased the team in 1970 and renamed it the Yakult Atoms, before renaming it again as the Yakult Swallows in 1974, and then the Tokyo Yakult Swallows in 2006.